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5th National Conference on Coastal and Estuarine Habitat Restoration
More than 1,000 attendees are expected, as well as 150 exhibitors, 160 poster presentations, and 400 presenters. There will be more than 80 high-level sessions dealing with the best and newest approaches to coastal habitat preservation and restoration.
The 2010 conference focus, "Preparing for Climate Change", while a concern for all coastal regions, has particular resonance for coastal Texas and Galveston, still recovering from the damage inflicted by Hurricane Ike in 2008.
RAE is committed to helping Galveston recover from the environmental and economic damage caused by Ike. Through this conference, we will: work to restore resiliency to Galveston's shoreline through sea- and marsh-grass planting projects; stimulate the local economy through the business generated during this five-day conference; push Galveston's ongoing restoration needs to national attention through press work and through the attendance of senior federal officials; and increase the direction and momentum of new resources to aid the Galveston area.
Location: Galveston, Texas, USA
Dates: November 13-17, 2010
Early Registration Deadline: September 30, 2010
Abstract/Proposal Submission Deadline: March 2, 2010
Home Page URL: https://www.estuaries.org/conference/
Keywords: Climate change, Coastal restoration
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